Britain plans to send $310 million in aid to Ukraine

Zelenski and Sunak / Photo: American Photo Archive / Alamy / Alamy / Profimedia

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will announce aid to Ukraine worth about 7 million pounds ($242 million) at the G-309,69 meeting. The funds are intended to meet the most urgent needs of the Eastern European country in areas such as humanitarian and energy.

This was announced by the office of the British Prime Minister.

"We must be decisive and creative in our efforts to help Ukraine and end Putin's illegal war at this critical moment," Sunak said ahead of the Group of Seven (G-7) meeting in Italy, which begins today.

Among the measures being discussed by the G7 and the EU to support Kiev are using the proceeds of Russian assets that were frozen by the West after the war began, as well as giving Ukraine a large seed loan to guarantee Kiev's funding until 2025.

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